Sightseeing tour with Ribičija

A classical tour around Maribor

Sightseeing tour around Maribor. Program:

  • The bus drops us off at the Franciscan church in the city center.
  • Stop- Franciscan Church
  • Stop-Castle Square, Maribor castle, monument NOB, Cathedral
  • Stop–Plague monument, Town Hall
  • Stop-Old Vine House, Jewish Tower
  • The bus picks us up at Lent at the Old Vine House

Duration: 1,5h
Price: depends on the size of the group

Exploring Maribor by train

Drive around Maribor by train Jurček

The city tourist train Jurček for those who want to get to know the city in a different way. In addition, you will avoid walking. Program:

  • Franciscan Church
    • Partisan Church
    • Prešeren Street
    • Tomšič Avenue
    • Heroj Stane Street
    • Krekova Street
    • Strossmayerjeva Street
    • Slomškov Square
    • Gledališka Street
    • Slovenija Street
    • Strossmayerjeva Street
    • Koroška Road
    • Strma Street
    • Driving along Lent - Loška Street
    • Two-storeyed bridge
    • Oreško dock
    • Old Bridge
    • Main Square
    • Kneza Koclja Street
    • Partizanska Road
    • Franciscan Church
    • During the drive you can see the majority of Maribor cultural monuments

Duration: 1h
Price: depends on the size of the group

+ bus drive

Visit the Virgin Mary Church on the hill Gorca, Malečnik

Church on Gorca is also a monument of Gothic and Pseudo gothic architecture. The building is Gothic, more accurately late Gothic since it was built in 1517.
The Way of the Cross on Gorca is a suitable place where we can escape at any time of year, since it offers a beautiful view of the Drava field, Maribor, Pohorje...

The Way of the Cross is renovated, illuminated there are many beautiful new benches to sit and enjoy nature, peace, reflection, meditation, prayer, pilgrimage to Mary at Gorca...
You will hear more about it from the priest who will be waiting in front of the church, the tour is free of charge or you can make a voluntary contribution.

The tour is free, in the church you will be greeted by a priest who guides you through the history of the church. Voluntary contributions of individuals are welcome, but not mandatory.